Hazel Meyer is a visual artist and aspiring athlete. She spent ten years in Montréal, earning a BFA from Concordia University, working in the textile industry as a fabric designer, founding the Hound’s tooth, forsooth! fabricLAB, and coaching the jump rope team Smooche de la Rooche. In 2008 she relocated to Toronto to complete an MFA through the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media & Design program at OCAD University with her thesis project, HYPER-HYPER. Working primarily in installation, intervention, performance, and drawing, her solo and collaborative projects have been shown through various artist-run centers and festivals across North America and Europe.